WASHINGTON — A high-level private-sector working group on Thursday issued a report recommending that financial services companies make broader and more frequent public disclosures as a way to improve market discipline.

The panel, called together at the behest of federal regulators in April, was made up of chief financial officers from 11 large banking and securities companies, and former Chase Manhattan chairman Walter V. Shipley was its head.

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